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The health and safety of staff and library visitors is a top priority for us.
While the risk to the general public currently remains very low, with an abundance of caution we are taking measures to prevent the spread of the virus.
The library is closed. Please watch here for updates.
- Be sure to check out your online library. These services offer remote access to videos, ebooks, audiobooks, comics, newspapers, children's books, and more.
- The library's book drops are closed. Fines have been waived. You do not need to renew your materials.
- Holds on items have been suspended. Your holds will be waiting for you when the library re-opens.
- Programs, meetings, and events have been cancelled.
- You may reach the library by phone. Please leave a message: 920.967.3690
- You may also reach us by email at email@example.com
- The library's WiFi is accessible outside the building from anywhere in the parking lot.
- Find tax forms in the Police Station lobby (brick building on the other side of the library parking lot, enter from 1st Street)
Charter Communication is offering free access to Spectrum broadband and WiFi for 60 days. Click on this link or contact Charter at 1.844.488.8395. Additional private internet providers may also be offering free services. The library is not endorsing or recommending any particular service.
Here is a list of websites with updated information on the virus, prevention, and testing:
- Governor Evers' Safe at Home order
Governor Tony Evers issues this order on Tuesday, March 24, at 10:30am. Updates.
- City of Menasha
The city is providing updates on its response to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency. First COVID positive case in Menasha, April 1, 2020.
Resources for small businesses.
- Fox Crossing
The village's Municipal Complex is closed to the public except for early voting.
- Winnebago County COVID-19 Updates
Click on today's update for the latest information.
- Calumet County COVID-19 Updates
Find today's latest data.
- Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS)
DHS is providing updated statistics on coronavirus cases in Wisconsin. Get their latest updates. Get outbreak data.
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
The CDC is providing information on how the agency is responding to the novel coronavirus outbreak. This includes FAQs, prevention and treatment, how testing is being conducted, updates on cases in the United States and throughout the world, and more. Additional resources from the CDC include information for specific organizations, such as schools, medical professionals, businesses and travelers.
- National Library of Medicine
The National Library of Medicine is part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. As the largest biomedical library in the world, the National Library of Medicine can provide access to clinical studies, public health literature, and scholarly work about the virus.
As part of the National Library of Medicine, Medline Plus is an online health resource that provides easily accessible consumer health information in English and Spanish.
- U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA)
The FDAplays a critical role in protecting the United States from threats including emerging infectious diseases.
- World Health Organization (WHO)
The WHO, a United Nations agency dedicated to world public health, has published FAQs on how the virus is spread, symptoms, prevention methods, information regarding treatment, and more.
- Worldwide Coronavirus Tracker
A 17-year-old high school student from Washington State created this website to track real-time data around the world.
Please call 211 for answers to your questions about COVID-19.
Menasha Joint School District
Visit their page for district updates on the COVID-19 statewide emergency. Read this letter from Chris VanderHeyden, Superintendent of Schools, Menasha Joint School District
Click here to find information compiled by the UW Madison Extension office on:
- When is it OK to go out during a pandemic.
- How to get unemployment benefits.
- Find out if you are eligible for health insurance or food assistance.
- What to do if you can't make a tax payment.
- Help for small businesses.
- What to do if you can't make a federal student loan payment.
- What to do if you can't make a mortage payment or a payment on a car loan.
- Answer questions about your retirement savings.
- Services to help you keep up with bills.
- Can a store raise the price on an item when it is in short supply?
- Information on the COVID-19 virus
- and more